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To incorporate or not?

Most business is transacted through corporate bodies, usually for tax and liability reasons. The structure of the corporation, its bylaws, officers, directors, and shareholders, control how you and your associates carry on business and share the profits. Corporate organization is key to ensuring fairness between stakeholders and guaranteeing their fair share of both the profits, and losses. Mr. Kinnaird can assist in defining the expectation of the parties, and incorporate a business company in keeping with those aspirations, and by drafting the requisite shareholders' agreement, guarantee those aims are satisfied. Mr. Kinnaird's office can attend to all regulatory filings, and all other corporate governance matters while you attend to the business. You are invited to meet with Mr. Kinnaird for a complimentary consultation to review your business plans and the needs of your associates in bringing to life your business hopes and aspirations.


Table of Contents

Why Incorporate?
Lower Taxes and Limiting Liability

Alternate Business Structures
Of Partnerships, Joint Ventures, and Sole Proprietorships

Offshore Ventures and Foreign Incorporations
Tax Havens
Fleeing the Jurisdiction
Obtaining Foreign Citizenships and Residences

Shareholder Agreements
Minority Rights and Remedies

Recent Caselaw

Conclusion
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